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  TWO RIVERS GOLF CLUB 

NEWSLETTER

 

June 2017

Castle Oaks is a great course for us to play. There are challenges on every hole, the course is always in great condition, plus we enjoyed good weather. No mistake, though, Castle Oaks is a tough nut to crack, which makes the scores shot by the top finishers all the more impressive.

CASTLE OAKS RESULTS

1st1st Flight

1 Brad Erway 67 net
2 Steve Ryan 68
3 Jim Svobodny 69
4 Jeff Robertson 70

Mark Brunelle won the fewest putts with 26.

 

2nd Flight

1 Rosanne Evans 61 net
2 Sandy Davis 71
3 Gene Coughlin 72
4 Mark Ferguson 73

Connie Kilmain carded the fewest putts with a 27.

 

3rd Flight

1 Peggy Mucci 70 Net
2 Cheryl Nelson 72
3 Paul Sickert 77
4 Scott Stremple 78

Scott Stremple won the fewest putts with 33.

 

Closest to the Pin winners:

Hole #2, John Buck, 15' 2", Hole #8, Joan Edwards, 13' 6", Hole #11, Brad Erway, 13' 6", Hole #16, John Buck, 8' 1".

 

COMING EVENTS

On June 3, TRGC will play at Lincoln Hills, followed by Dry Creek on June 24. The field is already set for Lincoln Hills; Renee will send out the entry forms shortly for Dry Creek. On July 15, TRGC will play Auburn Hills, a difficult but fun foothills course north of Auburn.

 

 

We have a couple of mid-week events coming up. On June 13-15, we will be playing at Silver Oaks and Eagle Valley West near Carson City. Our accommodations will be at Gold Dust West in Carson City. Nick has already sent out the entry form for this event—he could use a couple more players. Join us for a fun time in Nevada.

 

 

ViceVice-President Mike Morrow has set up a golf outing for 32 people at Saddle Creek Golf Course on Wednesday, July 26th. The cost is $66.00 which includes golf, cart, range balls, closet to pin on all par 3's and a gourmet wrap lunch after the round. It is a 10:00 shot gun start. If interested please contact Mike Morrow at morrowundesided@yahoo.com or at an upcoming Two Rivers golf tournament.

 

 

ANOTHER ACE?

Yes, indeed. Dan Nelson got tired of just putting and pitching while recovering from his knee replacement surgery, so he went out to Emerald Lakes for a little golf. The result? A hole-in-one on the third hole, 115 yards, with a 9 iron on June 24. Congratulations, Dan!

 

 

TRGC WEBSITE

Our TRGC Website at www.tworiversgolfclub.com is in a state of flux currently, but James Snyder is doing a great job of updating the info. He will continue to make progress as the season goes on; this is a big job!

 

RECRUITMENT AND MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL

As always, TRGC is looking to increase its membership base. Recruitment is the lifeblood of any organization, so be sure to invite your friends, co-workers, and golf buddies from other groups to meet our club. Don’t forget, you can take $5 off your renewal fee for next year for each new member you bring to the club (limit of five new members per person per year).

 

SUNSHINE

Dan Nelson is recovering well from recent knee replacement surgery and hopes to be back on the golf course before too long. See the earlier article—yes, he is recovering well. Kim Staley, too, is continuing his recovery from recent surgery.

 

Basil Lobaugh has had back surgery recently. He is doing well post-surgery and will start physical therapy in a couple weeks.

 

Jim Svobodny has been afflicted with Bell’s Palsy, which causes the right side of his face to sag. This ailment has started to resolve with treatment; Jim should soon be back to normal.

 

NEWSLETTER INFORMATION

If you have information or material that you would like included the newsletter, my email address is tpagefam@surewest.net; my home phone is (916) 488-6465.

 

 

 

Tom Page

 

 

 

 

 

 

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